Women's Self-Defense Workshop
Workshop Time & Location:
Saturday, February 9th, 2013
The workshop is held at the Burnham Pavilion
||9:30am - 11:30am
The Burnham Pavilion is located at the corner
of Serra & Galvez. Directions are available from:
Enter through the front doors of the Ford Center across to the
Arillaga Center for Sports and Recreation, go straight down the
hallway to the gym at the back of the building. Look for the
people with the black uniforms (gis).
The exact address of the Burnham Pavilion is:
615 Serra St.
The workshop will provide an introduction to basic techniques for self-defense
and awareness. The student will have opportunities to participate and
practice with others in a safe and supportive group environment.
Our workshop is unique. It allows participants to practice full-force
self-defense on actual people.
Our club members put on full protective gear and let
participants really hit them. Participants see what a real life situation
is like and that they have the strength to fight back.
Goals of the Workshop:
To empower women by giving them the skills to defend themselves effectively in a variety of scenarios.
Who Should Come
Any and all women (of any age) without prior martial arts
experience are welcome to come!
If you plan on attending the workshop, please sign up using our online
Signing up is in no way required, but it helps us get an idea of how
many people to expect. If you also give us your email while signing up,
we'll send you a reminder a few days before the workshop.
Free with your SU ID!
Individuals without a Stanford University ID may also attend. The fee is $10.
You may bring a friend for free.
What to Bring:
Come dressed in sweats or comfortable clothes and sneakers.
Bring drinking water.
For information on the go, download this flyer.
To get a better idea of what happens at this workshop, we have
several pictures from previous workshops.
Quotes From Previous Participants:
"The moves were easy-to-remember, practical, and useful. The volunteer "attackers" were very helpful. Great class, one of the best I've ever attended for women's self defense."
"I really appreciate the volunteers."
"I learned so much and got a lot of real experience in just one morning."
"The volunteers were very supportive. It was a lot of fun and I'm glad I came."
"I have no experience in martial arts. After this class, I will walk out more confident about protecting myself. The volunteers are great and very encouraging too! Thank you!"
For More Information:
For more information, visit
for club contact information.